2012

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Everest Forms Leaders

  Claire Kitz attends Harvard Leadership Summit; Alabama names Sam Bellestri Outstanding Chemistry Student EC Junior Claire Kitz participated in a once in a lifetime opportunity in July, attending a Leadership Summit at Harvard University as part...
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Everest Academy Spelling Bee Finals

On Friday, December 7, 2012 Everest Academy hosted their Annual Spelling Bee Finals.  The top three students from each in-class competition had the opportunity to compete in the finals.  The 5th through 8th grade students competed to determine the final...
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Junior Retreat Makes a Difference

The Junior girls retreat was held overnight at the Queen of the Family Retreat Center this October. Besides prayer, guest speakers and a bonfire, the Juniors participated in a meditation on Christ’s hands and how he used his hands in his work of...
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What is your greatest treasure?

This November the EC Girls decided to set up a treasure box in their chapel as a reminder that Christ is the real treasure and he should be #1 in their lives. This has served as a wonderful visual reminder for the students!
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EC Michigan History Docent Project at Troy Historic Village

On Monday December 10th, Mrs. Hearn’s Michigan history class completed their final projects by serving as docents to 44 second graders. The visiting school was Southfield Christian. The students were placed into pairs or trios and were responsible...
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EC boys bball team is victorious vs faculty!

It has become a tradition at Everest that the Everest Collegiate basketball team challenges the faculty of Everest in a game of basketball. This is the 4th year that this game has taken place and it was a great event once again. Many parents and students...
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OCTOBER MOUNTAINEERS OF THE MONTH

Alexis Carlisle First Grade Mrs. Massarello Alexis is a responsible, kind role model for her class.  She is always willing to share and help students who are struggling.  She is respectful to all her teachers.     Timothy Abraham Second Grade...
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